Weaver’s Green (ITV 1966, Kate O’Mara, Megs Jenkins)

Twice weekly drama series. Stories of two vets in their rural practice. An attempt to create a long running soap that didn’t happen mainly down to the fact that Anglia couldn’t get complete coverage across the ITV network for the show.

The series petered out after 50 episodes, interestingly one of the writers on the series Tony Marsh was in reality the pseudonym of brothers Troy Kennedy Martin and Ian Kennedy Martin (Ian was story editor on the show at the time.)

production details
UK / ITV – Anglia / 50×25 minute episodes / Broadcast 7 April – 29 September 1966 black and white

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Creators: Peter Lambda and Betty Lambda / Music: Wilfred Josephs / Story Editor: Ian Kennedy Martin / Producer: John Jacobs

Grant Taylor as Alan Armstrong
Kate O’Mara as Mick Armstrong
Eric Flynn as Geoffrey Toms
Megs Jenkins as Dotty Armstrong
Vanessa Forsyth as Milly Vincent
Frederick Piper as Ernie Arkwright
Georgina Ward as Celia Toms
Susan Field as Mrs Vincent
Gerry Duggan as Paddy
Sheila Fearn as Sue Patterson
Edward Underdown as Bobby Brent
Paul Anthony Martin as Tim Armstrong
Leslie Anderson as Mr Wooley
Peter Tuddenham as George Banham
John Moulder-Brown as Colin Westcott
Marjie Lawrence as Hazel Westcott
Maurice Kaufmann as Derek Swan
John Glyn-Jones as Daniel Jessop
Gerald Young as Archibald Langley
Pat Nye as Felicity Langley
Oliver Johnston as Reverend Griffin

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